The Wine History Project is excited to release their new documentary film, Tom Myers: Made in...Read More
Author: Heather Muran
The story of the Dusi Vineyard began in the early 1920s, when Sylvester and Caterina Dusi, emigrants from Northern Italy, moved to Paso Robles. The Dusi Vineyard introduced some of the first Zinfandels to California’s Central Coast, and eventually bought an additional property on the west side of Highway 101. Three generations after Janell Dusi’s great-grandparents first planted the land with Zinfandel, she is continuing the legacy and this charming documentary tells their story. 40 minute runtime.Read More
Over the weekend, Cal Poly professors and The Wine History Project staff selected a pavilion design to be built in the spring quarter of 2020 and placed at Saucelito Canyon tasting room in the Edna Valley.Read More
Zinfandel Stories: Central Coast from Zinfandel Advocates & Producers on Vimeo.
California’s Central Coast, known for its rugged beauty, is also home to several world-class wine regions. For Zinfandel, no other AVA compares to that of Paso Robles. Planted by Italian immigrants in the 1920s, Zinfandel has had plenty of time to take root.
National Zinfandel Day is a worldwide celebration of the Zinfandel grape variety, intended to give Zinfandel lovers around the globe a platform to express their passion for the grape and the wines made from it.Read More
Wine History Project Supports Wildfire Relief in Sonoma County through partnership with Paso Robles Wine Country Alliance.Read More